The Scottish Parliament Equalities and Human Rights Committee Inquiry continues until 1st January 2021
This inquiry seeks to identify the evidence that some groups of people are experiencing disproportionately negative impacts of the coronavirus, and by some of the measures taken to deal with it.
The inquiry will look at the measures the Scottish Government and other public bodies, including regulatory and oversight bodies, can take to help. It will also examine measures taken by public bodies and the impacts they may have on equality and human rights.
[Scottish Parliament, https://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/114975.aspx ]
- Further details on the Inquiry, Published Responses and Submission process
- Meeting Papers and Official Reports
- Parliament TV: Video Archive: The Equalities and Human Rights Committee meetings of 28th May, 4th June and 18th June all took Evidence in response to the Inquiry.
Glasgow Equality Forum’s Blog Post on the Inquiry and links to some of GEF member’s submissions